World War I graves and memorials in High Wycombe Cemetery
To read the stories, click on the dot/circle that marks the grave you are interested in. This map can be used as a virtual trail and can be followed in any order. However, you will see that the names are coloured, yellow, blue, white, and orange to indicate four separate trails which can be taken by you or your family if you wanted to visit the cemetery itself. Lady Carrington (YELLOW trail), D Wilks (BLUE trail), and F Bravington (WHITE trail) at the Priory Road entrance to the cemetery, and Nurse Rose (ORANGE trail) at the Benjamin Road entrance will be the first stop on the various trails. These men and women are not buried in the cemetery but all have a WW1 story to tell you. NOTE: The WHITE trail is suitable for wheelchairs as it follows a level tarmac path but all the other trails involve walking up and down hillside slopes and across the grass. Please wear suitable shoes and watch out for hidden hazards in the long grass.
Auger brothers Bates brothers J Buttenaere W Cartwright A Gardham A Hale R Hall A Montague J Pooley W Quarterman A Thurlow R Walters P Wingrove R Wisdom W Youens F Reynolds White story E Brazil C Rose story A King A Bliss J Barry F Bravington E Carter C Hatton C Heath Coltman boys Daniel Wilks.html D Clarke Ebenezer Gomme Bertha Wheeler Charles Walter Raffety Edward Sweetland F Lance Fletcher family Nurse F Nicholson G Stone  Nurse I Rose JG Peace J Barry.html J Lawrence Joseph Eccles Lady Carrington Munitionettes. Muriel Janes Newman family Page story Peddle family Rackstraw family Rev T C Baines Rupert Harrall Thomas Harsant Butler Tranter family.html Wane family Watkins family Wilk(e)s family William Woodbridge Wilson family Worley boys
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